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This provision is only available to students who have graduated and have received an automated email from PremierCert. If you are a graduate student but you haven’t received such an email please contact us at
Your credentials can be found on the email received from PremierCert. If you need assistance with this email please contact us at
The Cumulative Point Average (CPA) shows the overall average performance of a student for each course during his or her studies; it is determined by multiplying the number of credits of each course by the quality points earned for it, and divided by the total number of programme credits.
You can access your CPA through the Transcripts page on your Student Information System (SIS) student portal.
Unicaf University requires a minimum Cumulative [Grade] Point Average in accordance with your programme of study. The overall CPA graduating requirement for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes is 2.0 or above.
The overall CPA requirement for doctoral programmes is 3.0 or above. Students will not be allowed to move to the Dissertation Stage if they scored a CPA lower than 3.0 in their core modules.
Students who fail to achieve the required CPA score will not be eligible for graduation and will be required to retake module(s) in order to elevate their CPA.
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Please follow the steps below to register for a module:
1. Log in to your Student Portal.
2. Navigate to the Modules section on the left side of the screen.
3. Click on the Modules tab where you will view a list with all modules of your academic program. The button 'View Offers' on the right side of each module is enabled only for modules with available offers.
4. Click on VIEW OFFERS to view the available offers for a particular module.
5. Click on VIEW DETAILS to view further details and proceed with registration.
After pre-registering for a module, you will have to proceed with enrolment to secure your position: To do so, please locate the pre-registered module under the My Preregistrations tab in the Modules section of the Student Portal. The Enrol button on the right hand side of the module is what you need to select to complete the process.
Your classes will take place in the VLE platform. You will gain access to the VLE only when you successfully register to at least one module.
Please have in mind that once you are registered to a module, any study material will be available to you in the VLE from the start date, in addition you will have full access to the module, chat forums and your assigned Instructor.
Once a module ends, the grade will be posted in your student portal up to four weeks after the end date of the module.
Have in mind that, as has been the case so far, you cannot be studying two modules at the same time. The system would not allow you to do so.
In the case that you do not achieve the required pass grade or you have not submitted any assignments during the course you will be given the opportunity to retake the module and better your grade. A retake fee applies in such a case. This retake fee is equal to the cost of the module.
At the undergraduate level, the overall pass mark for each module is 60%. At Master’s level, the overall pass mark for each module is 70%. At the doctoral level the overall pass mark for each taught module is 70% whereas the passing grade for each dissertation stage is 80%. The grade descriptors can be found on the transcript page as well as in every module's syllabi. 
A withdrawal request can only be processed in the first two (2) weeks of the commencement of the module.

You can place a withdrawal request by contacting the Student Support Department at
You have access to manage your finances at any time, in the Finance section of your Student Portal. You can view and print out your personal statement of account, the available payment options and your agreed payment plan.
Your Unicaf Student ID number can be located under the Profile Section of your Student Portal.
Upon completion of all programme modules, students’ results are reviewed at the Progression Board in order to be confirmed. Upon confirmation, and considering that students meet all academic requirements, their award will be confirmed at Senate. The Progression Boards are scheduled periodically throughout the year, normally six times a year.

Once an award has been confirmed, all graduates are notified by the Office of the Registrar. Certificate and transcripts are conferred either at the graduation ceremony (considering that a physical ceremony is taking place) or in absentia. Currently, graduation ceremonies are held virtually, once a year.

All graduates will receive an email with a link to view their certificate and transcripts through the Premier Cert+ platform. Relevant information in regards to receiving their Certificate is provided to all graduates upon confirmation of the date of the graduation ceremony. Once the issuance process is completed, the documents will be sent to Unicaf Headquarters and are then dispatched to students via a courier service. Once dispatched, a tracking number is provided to students through email.  
For further information, please contact the Office of the Registrar at  

*Graduation ceremonies are normally held during specific periods of time, unless unforeseen circumstances force otherwise.

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